RAR/Burley Oak – Right Off Fiddy
This collab with Burley Oak was a long time coming. It seemed fitting to base the recipe on our beloved “Marylan” brew. We’ve never done it with Vic Secret before. We’ve never done it with a Burley house strain of yeast, and we for darn sure have never triple dry hopped it with an insane amount of hops.
Steinhardt Brewing Co. – Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse
This Belgian-style Quad is brewed with Belgian malts and dark Belgian candi sugar for a rich and strong ale with notes of raisin, fig and prune.
Cigar City – White Oak Jai Alai
This iteration of our Jai Alai IPA boasts the addition of white oak spirals to impart sleek notes of vanilla, coconut and a touch of dill to Jai Alai’s bold citrus and caramel character. The oak also serves to temper the bitterness in the 70 IBU base beer while oak tannins elegantly dry the beer’s body.
3rd Wave – Juice Box Tangerine Cherry
Fruited kettle sour ale brewed with local malted barley, lactose, tangerine and cherry
Black Flag – Phoenix Down
A refreshing and slightly salty Gose with Blackberry, Boysenberry, and Raspberries added after fermentation. A touch of coriander rounds out the flavor profile.
Gypsy Brewing Co. – Calypso Cream Ale
A traditional American Cream Ale brewed with Maryland grown and malted Calypso barley as well as Calypso hops from the Pacific Northwest. This light, refreshing ale has flavors of tropical citrus fruit, tea and pear thanks to the unique Calypso hops.
Calvert County, Md
Lagunitas – Sour Pineapple
Soak in this sour ale's splendid sweetness and pontificate on its pineapple perplexity and yuzu lemon lusciousness. It's a juicy sweet tart ale, like sippin' down a cold dessert on a feelin'-hot-hot-hot kinda day.
3 Stars – Biscuits & Marmalade
A fruited Kolsch, named for its bready and citrus fruit flavors.
The only constant in the ever changing beer industry is that customers are always looking for new and exciting craft beers. Nick’s, with help from companies near and afar, has installed a state of the art Growler Station based on the same operating principles as bottling lines. We use a blended gas counter pressure system. This state of the art technique forces beer to fill the growler from the bottom up reducing loss due to foam, while keeping the beer as fresh as possible.
While Nick’s carries a wide array of craft beer in bottles and cans, our Growler Station has opened the doors to endless possibilities. Our Growler Station taps are constantly changing with beers that are extremely rare or even limited to draft only. Our list is always changing, so check back with us regularly or you may miss out on that one beer you have been waiting for.
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